Rich Levin interviews Robert Child, the producer, director, and writer of Silent Wings. The film documents and dramatizes the story of 6,000 Americans who piloted unarmed cargo gliders deep into enemy territory during World War II. Before turning to filmmaking, he spent 15 years in New York directing some of the most widely viewed programs on network and cable television, including Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Emeril Live, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. In 2005 he started producing a series historical films including Silent Wings, Lincoln and Lee, The Wereth Eleven, and others. Child is the winner of over 25 writing and directing awards. His film Silent Wings debuted on Capitol Hill on the day of its release in 2007, and became the catalyst for New York Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy's House-sponsored Joint Resolution honoring America's WWII glider pilots. Hal Holbrook narrated Silent Wings, which also featured Walter Cronkite and Andy Rooney.